Grant Professionals Association MidAtlantic Grants Conference 2013
May 20, 2013-- The Conference Center at Mercer
Grant Development & Research
Leadership, Ethics and Communication Skills
Grants Management, Reporting & Evaluation
Lessons from Disasters: Preparedness and Fundraising
These are the four tracks of topics covered in the morning and afternoon workshops. A comprehensive professional development and networking forum, the Grant Professional Association Mid-Atlantic Grants Conference is a valuable opportunity for both newcomers and seasoned practitioners.
Now in its seventh year, the conference is hosted by the New Jersey and Southeastern Pennsylvania (SEPA) chapters of the Grant Professional Association (GPA). Download the conference flyer>>
$70 for GPA members, $95 for non-members, $30 for Hurricane Sandy organizations
GIVE BACK! Sponsor a Disaster Relief Organization attendee for $30 and pay the $70 member rate for yourself. Select the last registration type on the registration list.
Conference attendees will be entered into a drawing for GPA memberships & scholarships to attend the National Conference in Baltimore in November 2013.
Dr. John Brothers
Nonprofit leaders routinely navigate a host of changing and often competing interests. During times of great uncertainty, the best leaders focus organizational energy and use change as a positive force. Author of the book Building Nonprofit Capacity, Dr. John Brothers helps those working in the nonprofit sector determine how to effectively shepherd a change process within their organizations using an organizational lifecycle framework.
Dr. John Brothers is Principal of Quidoo Consulting, a social enterprise servicing nonprofit, philanthropic and government agencies throughout the U.S. and around the world. A recognized leader in the nonprofit and philanthropic arena, with over twenty years experience, Dr. Brothers is an expert in the field of capacity building, executive leadership, nonprofit effectiveness, sustainability and assisting organizations through both organizational growth and decline. Dr. Brothers is a Senior Fellow with the Support Center for Nonprofit Management and Editor of the Journal for Nonprofit Management.
Motivational Luncheon Keynote
For the past seven years, Julie Roberts has had the word Impossible in her job title. She’s spent the past two years as Co-Executive producer of Food Network’s Restaurant: Impossible and the previous five years as Co-Executive/Supervising producer of Dinner: Impossible. Along the way have been hundreds of deadlines to book, plan, shoot, edit and deliver more than 150 Impossible episodes. Julie also worked for 15 years in broadcasting, including seven years as producer of a daily morning radio show … talk about meeting impossible deadlines!